PVC Ceiling 9mm > White series

MINIMALIST


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Less is more "by the German architect Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe, one of the most important of this century, the origins of this current are in Europe and are in the manifesto entitled CLEAN IS PURITY.

Due to World War II Van Der Rohe emigrated to the United States to later be nationalized American.

Following this, Van Der Rohe was the director of the School of Art and Design of the Bauhaus, in Germany, where his first ideas regarding the purity of forms and the use of the artistic concept to give industrial design personality were materialized.

The basic precepts of minimalism are:

Use pure colors, assign importance to the whole on the parts, use geometric shapes made with mechanical precision, work with industrial materials in the most neutral way possible and design on immaculate surfaces such as PVC and plastic. The result that defines this style in a concept is the word "cleaning".

Minimalism gives great importance to space and ecological materials. Focus your attention on the pure and simple forms. Another aspect that defines this current is its tendency to absolute monochromes in floors, ceilings and walls. At the end are the accessories that give a touch of color to the space.

In a minimalist approach highlights the color white and all the nuances that gives us its spectrum. Do not forget that white has a wide range of subtones through gray.

The elements

One of the changes produced by minimalism in decoration was the use of elements such as plastic and PVC.

Those colours

Always keep the white followed by sober colors such as black, gray and red.

The sense of unity

For minimalism all elements must combine and form a unit. This is summarized in the minimalist precept that "everything is part of everything".

For minimalism all elements must combine and form a unit. This is summarized in the minimalist precept that "everything is part of everything".

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